How does non-communicable disease differ from chronic disease?

Chronic diseases appear under different names in different contexts.  Sometimes the term "non-communicable diseases" is used to make a distinction from infectious or "communicable diseases".  Yet several chronic diseases have an infectious component to their cause (source: WHO Preventing Chronic Diseases: A Vital Investment)In the Philippines, "non-communicable" or "degenerative disease" is  commonly used depending on the perspective.